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With British Travel week under way I thought it would be nice to bring you some lesser known highlights of a visit to Edinburgh, Scotland. Jump start your British Travel week plans with a 7 seater car hire from Edinburgh airport.
Head to Princess Street in the city center for every kind of shop, from souvenir stores to institutions like Jenners. More serious purchases such as Louis Vuitton, Emporio Armani, Mulberry, and Calvin Klein can be found on St. James Centry, at the eastern end of Princess Street and George Street. Cruise the high fashion and care for your purchases in a car hire from Edinburgh, Scotland.
Spend a day of British Travel week touring all the art galleries around town, as Edinburgh is home to Scotland's five National Galleries. These include the National Gallery of Scotland, located on the Mound, and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.
Other notable galleries include the Fruitmarket Gallery which offers world class exhibitions of contemporary art as well as featuring both emerging and established international reputations.
The Museum of Scotland
An entire museum dedicated to the people, history, and culture of Scotland. Located on the intersection of Chambers Street and George IV Bridge in Central Edinburgh. The building itself is clad in Golden Moray sandstone, which one of its architects called "the oldest exhibit in the building."